NASW Wisconsin Calendar

MILWAUKEE MARCH IS SOCIALWORK MONTH EVENT

Wednesday, March 20, 2024, 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM

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Maternal and Infant Mortality in Milwaukee. What Social Workers can do to Support Clients.  
9715 W. Bluemound Rd., Milwaukee, WI  53213

1 Continuing Education Credit

FREE for NASW Members, Student & Milwaukee County Employees
$20 for Future Members

State Senator LaTonya Johnson, Senate District 6 (D-Milwaukee)
Dr. Jill Denson, UW-Madison Prevention Research Center & the Wisconsin Maternal Mortality Review Team

 

  • 4:30 - 5:30 PM - Reception and Registration
  • 5:30 - 6:30 PM - Panel Conversation

     Online Registration
     
Paper Registration Form

Please email or mail your registration by Friday, March 15th, 2024, to have a certificate ready at the program. There will be on-site registration, and the certificates will be emailed within 10 business days.

WEBINAR: Breathing and Blinking: An Intersection of PTSD and TBI

February 27th, 2024, Noon - 1 PM CST

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Presented by Nancy Mullen, MSW   1 CEH

This presentation explores the challenge of differential diagnosis and support for clients living with co-existing post-traumatic stress disorder and post-concussion syndrome. Although addressing concussive issues is gathering increasing attention, concussions remain both undiagnosed and underdiagnosed, despite how common they are, across all political, religious and cultural groups. The presentation addresses the need for social workers to spearhead including assessment for mTBI routinely, especially within the domestic violence field, in elder care, and with young people active in sports. The under-diagnosis or missed diagnosis of concussion complicates treatment of mental health issues, which can be misunderstood as client resistance or disinterest. Undiagnosed post- concussive issues can hinder a client's progress in moving forward with recovery or even contribute to recidivism rates. In more serious cases, post-concussive issues may impede on activities of daily living for months and sometimes years. Breathing and Blinking draws upon research from the leading trauma experts, Bruce D. Perry, Bessel van der Kolk, and Nadine Burke Harris and includes occasional references to the presenter’s lived experience in concussion and concussion care. Social workers who are aware of the complications and can identify the co-existing symptoms will be more effective in getting their clients to appropriate care. As a profession, social workers are uniquely positioned to begin looking for the longer term effects of concussion, in school settings, residential settings, and clinical settings with clients who are also trauma survivors in order to advocate for care beyond the traditional passive treatment recommendations.
Attendees of this presentation will:

  1. Review the effect of trauma on cognitive development
  2. Increase knowledge of the overlap of PTSD and TBI symptoms
  3. Increase knowledge of treatment complications for co-existing PTSD and TBI
  4. Explore overview of neurofeedback as treatment option for clients with TBI or PTSD and TBI

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COST:

Member - $25
Member - Student or Retired - $20
Non Member - $35

WEBINAR: MSW/BSW Exam Preparation

April 11th, 2024, 5 PM- 7PM

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Presented by Katherine Drechsler, DSW, LCSW-SA, SSW(she/her) and Emily Green, MSW, CAPSW, SAC-IT (she/her)

Katherine Drechsler Emily Green

This workshop will assist social work students in preparing for the Wisconsin BSW or MSW level social work certification/licensure exam including CSW, CAPSW and LCSW. It will include a review of the types of social work content covered on the exam, test taking skills and hands-on practice.

Members - Free
Non-Members - $70

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E&B WEBINAR: Ethics, Boundaries, and Technology in a Post-Covid World

Mar 22nd, 2024, 9 AM - 1 PM CST

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Presented by Debra Minsky-Kelly, MSW, LCSW
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Workshop summary: The effects of technology on social work practice since the onset of the pandemic have been enormous. Out of necessity, many providers rushed to adopt technology-assisted practices in an effort to continue to provide care to those in need. What have we learned from these practice changes? Are the 2018 changes to the Social Work Code of Ethics adequate to address modern practice challenges? This workshop will explore these critical questions and will also examine some of the specific boundary-related issues that arise in technology-assisted practice. In addition, as the evidence mounts regarding the harmful effects of technology on mental health, relationships, and community wellbeing, we will ask critical questions regarding the role of our profession in addressing these concerns.

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Cost
Members - $85
Members - Student or Retired - $65
Non-Members - $115

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